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  Third Way: Press Releases
Third Way Staffer Reports on His Deployment to Iraq
Third Way To Join With Senator Clinton To Develop The American Dream Initiative
Third Way, SEIU To Team-Up On Southern Effort
www.third-way.com /news/pop.htm   (613 words)

  
  Third Way (UK) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Third Way describes itself as a Patriotic Centre party rooted in the culture and traditions of the British islands.
Third Way argues that its policies would benefit and empower all citizens and asks for support on that basis from all sections of the national community.
Some critics, however, claim Third Way (UK) is a neofascist political movement, and continue to regard the group with suspicion due to the past ties of some of its leadership with the National Front, their populist cultural ethnocentrism, and their producerist rhetoric.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Third_Way_(UK)   (593 words)

  
 Third way - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A "third way" approach to the concept of separation of church and state, neither theocratic nor atheist.
A "third way" between the stultifying debates had by the left and right wherein arguments are so structural as to be static.
Thus, a "third way" is simply a synthesis of a thesis and its contradictory antithesis, such as Social-Democracy being a synthesis of Capitalism and its antithesis Communism.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Third_way   (533 words)

  
 Third Way, Phase Two
It is a third way for Britain because it represents a third phase of post-war history--following the settlements of 1945 and 1979.
Secondly the third way represents a historic realignment of economic and social policy, at a time when the old boundaries between economy, state and society are breaking down.
In the 1990s the arguments for the third way in Britain were pitted against the still strong forces of the new right and the old left.
www.angelfire.com /hi3/pearly/htmls2/tony2.html   (2486 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Anthony Giddens, the spokesman for the Third Way and Chancellor of the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE), says that the Third Way is a philosophy that is trying to steer a way between the two dominant philosophies that have failed in the world, socialism and "market fundamentalism" ("Third Way: The Charm" 50).
The British Third Way means that there is not a favorite sector, business and workers are treated as equals; the search for social justice and equality in wealth are the main goals that the government has to achieve, but the policies to achieve those goals might be different across countries.
Although the Third Way is similar for all the European governments, each one of them has special policies and topics of "their" Third Way and also different ways to achieve those policies and goals.
www.colorado.edu /iec/FALL98RW/third.html   (2216 words)

  
 Fathom :: The Source for Online Learning
For me, the term "Third Way" is simply a label to refer to a debate which is going on across the world about the future of left-of-centre parties in the face of the tremendous changes affecting global society.
Third and not so often discussed, perhaps, are the enormous changes at the level of everyday life, affecting the family, personal relationships and especially the shifting position of the sexes across the world as women get closer and closer to something like equality with men in different parts of the world.
The point of Third Way politics is to retrieve public space and to reconstruct public institutions, but it is also to make them as open, as effective and as quick-moving as some other agencies outside of government in contemporary societies have proven to be.
www.fathom.com /feature/121949   (2683 words)

  
 The "Third Way"
Third Way - few controls, possibly just one = a single all-sufficient control = the Holy Grail of economic design (see below), because it must be in the right economic dimension, the right position (the center) and be designed for minimum 'stifle' - this is the real but still legendary 'Third Way'.
The first way is No Controls, during which CEOs on the Right would have us overlook their many exclusive and self-aggrandizing private-sector controls, symbolized by ever more numerous, costly and tasteless "Private Beach" signs and gated communities, counterbalanced by even more numerous, though per-capita less costly, jails and prisons.
The Third Way is "neither left nor right but out in front" - it's the opposite of both the first and the second way, just as height is at right angles to both length and width.
www.timesizing.com /1thrdway.htm   (2028 words)

  
 New Group to Tout Democrats' Centrist Values (washingtonpost.com)
Third Way is the latest in a series of organizations aimed at rescuing Democrats from the perception that they have lost touch with middle-class voters, particularly in the heartland states that voted overwhelmingly for President Bush over Sen. John F. Kerry.
Third Way is the idea of three political entrepreneurs who in recent years have fashioned a career out of trying to make Democrats more competitive on issues that have been historical vulnerabilities.
Third Way supporters say the House is too partisan and less conducive to the more consensus-oriented brand of politics that the group believes offers the best hope for leading Democrats -- now shut out from power at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue -- out of the electoral wilderness.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A41113-2004Nov10.html   (1022 words)

  
 20th WCP: Aquinas' Third Way Modalized
Aquinas' Third Way is a cosmological argument for the existence of God which "is taken from possibility and necessity." It is surprising therefore that philosophers of religion have not shown much interest in applying modal logic to its analysis.
While it is clear that the words 'possibility' and 'necessity' signal that the Third Way is a modal argument, the modal features of this argument are frequently ignored in many discussions of it.
The Third Way requires a connection between (temporal) necessity and God, and causality is the proffered connection.
www.bu.edu /wcp/Papers/Reli/ReliMayd.htm   (3350 words)

  
 Terry Mollner - The Third Way Is Here
The Third Way is based on "the cooperative assumption" - the belief that the universe is an immense number of connected parts, each of which is constantly cooperating with all the other parts for the interests of the whole, and only secondly for any one part or parts.
The Third Way understanding of money, which cannot be fully explained in the space allotted for this article, makes it relatively easy to arrange jobs for everyone.
If capitalism and socialism are not the end of history, and if the Third Way as described herein is in fact the next phase in the social evolution of the human species, then as people come to see this as true, the transition will become inevitable.
www.context.org /ICLIB/IC19/Mollner.htm   (4200 words)

  
 Third Way - Introduction and index to this section.
Having in mind the failings of cultism and the failings of anti-cultism, but having also in mind the fact that both are distortions of genuine needs, I encourage the pursuit of a moderate and reasonable approach which I refer to as the third way.
The third way aims at a factual and respectful criticism of cultic movements, and the pursuit of anti-cult ideals in a way that does not endanger Freedom of Belief and basic civil rights.
Their current approach, described in the "FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin", is now examplary when it comes to illustrate the “third way”.
bernie.cncfamily.com /sc/third_way.htm   (507 words)

  
 Lacan Dot Com/Rex Butler and Scott Stephens/Slavoj Zizek's Third Way/Lacan Dot Com
With regard to content, he is absolutely in agreement with the Third Way and its desire to institute progressive social programs in the face of conservative opposition.
In other words, as opposed to the Third Way in which we always begin with capitalism, for Zizek capitalism is only the result of a more abstract universality (capitalism and its other).
And what we mean by this is that the Third Way alternative—this is the very "speculative identity" with its opposite that makes it possible—can only be arrived at by considering its opposite, or more exactly by comparing its own rule to itself.
www.lacan.com /zizway.htm   (3609 words)

  
 BBC News | EUROPE | 'Third Way' gets world hearing
For advocates of the Third Way, it is a chance to move beyond the old dichotomy of left and right towards a progressive new political philosophy.
Unlike previous seminars in which Third Way politics have been discussed, the Berlin meeting will be attended by the leaders of about a dozen nations.
The vision of those behind the Third Way is the need to move away from what they see as a sterile debate between left and right - between those who favour either the state or the free market doing everything.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/europe/771608.stm   (593 words)

  
 Third Way - SourceWatch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Third Way, according to New Democrats Online, the Democratic Leadership Council's online community, is "a global movement dedicated to modernizing progressive politics for the information age.
Third Way politics seeks a new balance of economic dynamism and social security, a new social compact based on individual rights and responsibilities, and a new model for governing that equips citizens and communities to solve their own problems." [1] (http://www.ndol.org/ndol_ka.cfm?kaid=128)
The victory of Gerhard [Shroeder] and the Social Democrats in Germany the next year confirmed the revival of center-left parties which either control or are part of the governing coalition forming throughout the European Union.
www.sourcewatch.org /wiki.phtml?title=Third_Way   (489 words)

  
 The Voice of the Turtle
By now we are all well aware of the historical antecedents of Tony Blair's Third Way, whether it is one of the (failed) attempts by Thomas Aquinas to prove the existence of God or the more recent (failed) effort of the Italian Communist Party to navigate a parliamentary road to socialism.
This is more than a mere coincidental use of the same Third Way label here; in these lectures Tasca seems to have presented a significant statement of the guiding principles of Tony Blairism.
Third, the party aspiring to membership had to recognise that the class struggle in the industrialised countries had reached its civil war phase, and that no trust could be placed in bourgois legality.
www.voiceoftheturtle.org /dictionary/dict_t1.php   (1462 words)

  
 TAP: Vol 11, Iss. 19. Beyond the Third Way. Ruy Teixeira.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
What is "the third way?" According to the joint declaration by Tony Blair and Gerhard Schröder ("The Third Way/Die Neue Mitte"), it is "about addressing the concerns of people who live and cope with societies undergoing rapid change--both winners and losers.
And while there is substantial individual variation (the German Social Democrats and the British Labor Party have the most in common with the U.S.-style third way, and socialist parties in France and the Scandinavian countries have the least), all of these parties have moved toward the core principles outlined at the beginning of this article.
That is, in a time of budget deficits, slow growth, and an associated sour attitude toward government, there was a need for an agent to shake the left parties out of their torpor and help them develop a more realistic approach to elections and governance.
www.prospect.org /print/V11/19/teixeira-r.html   (1841 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Third Way and Its Critics: Books: Anthony Giddens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Third way is an interesting topic and it would be fascinating to read an in-depth and impartial analysis of how it has grown up.
Tony Giddens offers a concise, but clear, discussion of what the Third Way is all about, and if a reader approaches the text with a willingness to think outside of the left-right consciousness, then it offers a significant contribution to new thinking about politics.
Our main point is that his third way would leave power and wealth relations largely unaffected and that he is pursuing an agenda dictated by multi-national corporations.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0745624502?v=glance   (2048 words)

  
 SSRN-Third Way Environmentalism by Christopher Schroeder
The first is the "third way" debate in the United States, Great Britain and Europe over whether we can develop a successful alternative to forms of democratic socialism on the one hand and forms of neoliberal laissez-faire capitalism on the other.
The question explored in the paper is whether or not these initiatives constitute a third way with respect to environmental policy.
As part of the administration?s larger third way approach, the reinventing environmental regulation initiatives strive to be non-ideological.
papers.ssrn.com /sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=216030   (509 words)

  
 Democratic Leadership Council: The Third Way
The Third Way is a global movement dedicated to modernizing progressive politics for the information age.
Third Way politics seeks a new balance of economic dynamism and social security, a new social compact based on individual rights and responsibilities, and a new model for governing that equips citizens and communities to solve their own problems.
Despite anti-war sentiment, the British prime minister aims to consolidate New Labour's position for a third term.
www.dlc.org /ndol_ka.cfm?kaid=128   (721 words)

  
 Groping for the Third Way
Meanwhile, the Third Way politicos are laughing all the way to the polling booth.
Schroeder suggested that the Third Way may be some sort of a blend of these values, saying that "Germany needs to adopt parts of the US model, just as America could benefit from the European system.
They hope that the Third Way, which is now little more than a sentiment, will become a more cohesive and compelling public philosophy.
www.socialdemocrats.org /Groping4-29-99.html   (1057 words)

  
 The Return of the Third Way - Mises Institute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
She says: "The Third Way (if there is such a thing) has no solution to what is a fundamental inability of the capitalist system to ensure prosperity and security for working people."
This admittedly lacks specificity, but I think we can safely say that the Third Way is an attempt at compromise between capitalism and socialism, a new-age effort to reestablish free-market roots while preserving and grafting onto them the aforewilting progressive leaf system.
But it is imperative that some way be found to prepare ourselves, and to seduce the sidetracking rent-seekers back into their cages.
www.mises.org /fullstory.aspx?control=1585   (866 words)

  
 A Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union --T--
A phrase perhaps coined by the National Front in the 1930s, the 'third way' used to mean an alternative to capitalism and communism.
While it was unlikely that many of these proposals would find their way undiluted into the 'Treaty of Nice' against the expected opposition of the UK and the Nordic member states, the fact that they were being made at all suggested that the EU was as bent on integration as ever.
Moderates in both countries have been exploring ways to cool the countries' territorial disputes and historical hatreds, and by 2000 Turkey's candidature for the EU, although still remote, was no longer being blocked by Greece and was looking less forlorn than it had been for many years.
www.euro-know.org /dictionary/t.html   (4298 words)

  
 The Third Way
The Third Way philosophy seeks to adapt enduring progressive values to the new challenges of the Information Age.
It rests on three cornerstones: the idea that government should promote equal opportunity for all while granting special privilege for none; an ethic of mutual responsibility that equally rejects the politics of entitlement and the politics of social abandonment; and a new approach to governing that empowers citizens to act for themselves.
Giddens' enthusiasm for Blair's Third Way is also evident in the number of academics at the London School of Economics who have played a role in shaping government policy.
www.workinfo.com /EconHist/thirdway.htm   (1001 words)

  
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Blair Tells of Third Way and One Reason for the Laws, by Don Fiedor, explain the Third Way society that is envisioned by the social planners:
In the secular realm, the Third Way is the higher truth arrived at by reconciling two equally assertable and apparently contradictory propositions - capitalism and communism.
The "Third Way" is a form of government said to be a blend of the "best" of both capitalism and communism.
watch.pair.com /thirdway.html   (6909 words)

  
 John Derbyshire on Iraq on National Review Online
A typical pronouncement from an apostle of Eurocommunism was the remark by the lefty British historian E.
Now, of course, there is a case to be made for seeking a middle way in worldly matters.
Ruthlessly suppress all opposition in First Way style, but make it know that you are determined to get the place up and running as a viable economy under colonial administration.
www.nationalreview.com /derbyshire/derbyshire200404140854.asp   (1657 words)

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